Protecting teachers unions from renewed assaults is a moral imperative
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Protecting teachers unions from renewed assaults is a moral imperative

A new lawsuit aims to strip crucial funds from teachers unions Teachers unions are threatened once again thanks to a new lawsuit that aims to eliminate “agency fees,”…

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Humor: Midterm to cover slides, Ch. 1-14, lab, readings and any and all information ever written
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Humor: Midterm to cover slides, Ch. 1-14, lab, readings and any and all information ever written

Students able to complete the course with B- or higher guaranteed total omniscience DAVIS, Calif. — UC Davis’ very own general chemistry professor Tom Meineke has done it.…

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Humor: Don’t owe your friends money — owe them experiences
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Humor: Don’t owe your friends money — owe them experiences

The barter system was made for college I’m not someone who clings to his masculinity that much — it’s not easy to emasculate me, despite what you may…

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Humor: Memes are the only viable filler for the hole in my soul
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Humor: Memes are the only viable filler for the hole in my soul

The woes of a 21st-century gal who hates life and loves relatable pictures about it This decade has been a one-way ticket to crazy town with the crazy…

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Gary May a promising pick for chancellor
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Gary May a promising pick for chancellor

Napolitano ushers in new era for UC Davis Gary May, University of California (UC) President Janet Napolitano’s pick for the next chancellor of UC Davis, marks a welcome…

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Reverse trend of low voter turnout
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Reverse trend of low voter turnout

Vote in ASUCD elections next week Voter turnout in recent ASUCD elections indicate a student body disconcertingly apathetic toward both elections and student-run government. Turnout for voting on…

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Humor: Panicking student just throws one thing into each type of trash can
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Humor: Panicking student just throws one thing into each type of trash can

How an incident involving trash cans sparked a movement Many UC Davis students will relate to the sense of panic that comes from standing in front of the…

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Question the value of private and charter schools
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Question the value of private and charter schools

The current administration poses a unique threat to American public education Betsy DeVos’s narrow confirmation as Secretary of Education, in which Vice President Mike Pence had to step…

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Humor: School to install stop sign near Death Star to distract from tuition hikes
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Humor: School to install stop sign near Death Star to distract from tuition hikes

Campus creates diversion in an effort to avoid institutional crisis The first UC tuition hike in six years has made for a time of unrest on the Davis…

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The Resurgence of Orwell’s 1984
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The Resurgence of Orwell’s 1984

Orwell’s vision of a dystopian regime has become a bestseller after Trump’s election Kellyanne Conway, one of President Donald Trump’s chief advisors, went on NBC’s “Meet the Press”…

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Senate Endorsements: Consider the following
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Senate Endorsements: Consider the following

Executive Endorsement: Josh Dalavai and Adilla Jamaludin (BASED) Both former senators, Dalavai and Jamaludin have the experience necessary to lead ASUCD. In their endorsement interview, they demonstrated an…

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Don’t make tuition increases inevitable
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Don’t make tuition increases inevitable

UC Regents vote for tuition increase On Jan. 26, the University of California (UC) Regents voted to increase tuition for UC students by $282 and the student services…

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Humor: If Einstein is so smart, why is he dead?
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Humor: If Einstein is so smart, why is he dead?

Couldn’t think your way out of being a worthless sack of meat, could you? Albert Einstein has long been considered one of the greatest minds of our time.…

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Humor: I am a trash person and I am proud
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Humor: I am a trash person and I am proud

“More garbage can, less garbage can’t” Some people miss their childhood years. They miss the innocence, the carefree nature, the bitchin’ Legos. I’ll admit I miss the Legos,…

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Rekindle the affirmative-action conversation
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Rekindle the affirmative-action conversation

A discussion impossible to ignore in a racially-minded society Police shootings, ethno-nationalism and political correctness have pushed the ugly issue of race back into the national limelight. 61…

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